Question about 1996 Eagle Talon
You may have a vacuum leak, Open the hood and listen for hissing. stress some of the rubbler hoses to maybe force the crack wider if possible. If nothing found. Make sure the air filter and tubing and clamps are on tight.
You may have a code stored that may help in diagnsing. The car can go on a scanner at a shop were they can watch the data for alot of your sensors to see which one is acting up. Other than the basics without test equipment their really isnt anything you can do at home.
A bad 02 sensor could cause this but that too can be tested properly.
Clogged injectors that arnt spraying correctly can cause this.
A bad throttle position could cause this but does'nt happen like this much.
A poor electrical connection on a sensor or bad wiring going to it can cause this. So try a wiggle test under the hood on things.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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